Donna De Jesus

Four 1-hour classes are being offered every Wednesday beginning April 19.
A superior court judge has moved Stephen Cahill's motion hearing to May.
Latest victim names former Santa Barbara parish priest, Father Juan Camacho.
Agana Shopping Center and Micronesia Mall center courts will be accepting tax returns without payments tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Governor Eddie Calvo’s Second Chance Initiative has already led to him pardoning two men.
The republic of Singapore Air Force, in the midst of its first deployment of F-16s to Guam, will be training in the Northern Marianas next week.
A CNMI-based concert promoter has filed a civil suit against two U.S. entertainment agents who allegedly conned him out of money he intended for English reggae band UB40 to perform in Guam and Saipan.
Of all the modern languages offered at the University of Guam, Korean was not in the catalog until now.
Thursday, 13 April 2017 18:07

DOC consent decree lifted

A major milestone today, as the 26-year-old consent decree for the Department of Corrections is finally satisfied.  The news was cause for celebration for island leaders.
Even with support letters and testimony from a former chief of police, Anthony Quenga was sentenced to 30 years for his involvement in the Blue House prostitution case.